7 Technologies that will likely impact your life over the next few years

Which disruptive technologies could impact your financial life?

Key Takeaways

  • Disruptive technologies are things that disrupt the industry they are applied to, or that create a new industry altogether.
  • Seven disruptive technologies being developed today are new ways to expand internet access, 3D printing, drones, autonomous vehicles, robots, artificial intelligence, and augmented reality.
  • Being aware of these technologies and how they can affect you personally, helps keep you from being blindsided when the technology becomes a reality.

Summer Videos ReShare : Future Times

As most of you know from my blog posts, I am all about new technologies and working smarter.  I wanted to reshare a couple of our most popular posts in case you missed them or want to watch them again.   Below is the first post I would like to spotlight.

Future Times

Key Takeaways

  • Innovations of the near future will dramatically improve our efficiency, longevity, connectivity and environmental impact.
  • These changes will require that we think differently about our health, our jobs and investment opportunities.
  • Tools of the future are likely to include drones, block chain, AI and VR. Get familiar with these technologies.

Watch or read the full post here


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Analog for the Ages

Key Takeaways

  • While technology advances at lightning speed, our basic human emotions and decision- making skills remain fairly constant over time.
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Asking Who, Not How

Key Takeaways

  • Focus on what you do best and let outside specialists handle the rest. That will make life simpler and more efficient in both your work and personal lives.
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